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the days of Valley Forge
Fightin' side by side together with a fella name of George

Johnny Freedom, Johnny Freedom
You can meet him on each page
called my name and passed on by 
Well he came back don't you know 
With his brother six in tow 
And that is how number thirteen wound up by my side.
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on Jeremiah 1:5, Acts 17:25

It could have gone either way when it came down to the choice
To keep the life
tight
Johnny prayed alone for God to hear it
To take his spirit away that night

The years passed by and no one saw Johnny Fedavo
The children grew
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on Ezekiel 22:30, 1 Timothy 2:1, James 5:16

There's no feeling
Like when you have a friend in need
Their heart
Words and Music by Bob Hartman
Everybody has to say their goodbyes
While they wipe away the tears from their eyes
Everybody bids a fonder farewell
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on 2 Corinthians 10:4, Ephesians 6:11-17

It used to be a distant call
Thought to be for some but never all
Now
called my name and passed on by 
Well he came back don't you know 
With his brother six in tow 
And that is how number thirteen wound up by my side.
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on Proverbs 3:6, 1 Peter 5:8, Matthew 16:24

Smell the burning powder?
There's danger in the air
A voice from
Picked up by the police, only seventeen.
What did he do, what did he say?
His father left him as a little boy,
His mother turned tricks just
Johnny Walker sat
At a table in a bar
Minding his own affairs

Drinking his namesake
Over the rocks
He was drunk
Too drunk to care

When
And peace ever after
Tomorrow, when the world is free
The shepherd will tend his sheep
The valley will bloom again
And Johnny will go to sleep
In his own
And peace ever after
Tomorrow, when the world is free
The shepherd will tend his sheep
The valley will bloom again
And Johnny will go to sleep
In his own
Maybe just fate, but the blades hit
The 'copter went up in flames
And johnny never went marchin' home
Johnny never went marchin' home

They took his name
found a way 
To keep Johnny down 

Spending days by myself 
Remembering slights 
I'm not a monument to justice 
Plus which I don't forget a face
Mary's driving home again
She's crying again
Johnny left her for another girl

She's embarrassed by her loneliness
And haunted by her shame
a better way
We've gotta get it right for the sake of little Johnny
'cause today, he looked into the eyes of his mama

This goes out to all the children
ahead, a green light turns to red
Oooh why can't you see, oooh Johnny be
The situation's tight
You are billin' by the night
Can't choose between the wrongs
the way
And he got hit by an emotional ricochet
It's a bit more now than dressing up dolly
Playing house seems so melancholy

Shot with his own gun
Down by the river where the big boats go by
Each day you could see them as evening was nigh
They planned to be married at the first sign of spring
Written by b. setzer

Cruisin' 'round this hopeless town,
Down the lovely streets of desire
You're my angel of mercy all dressed in white
And I'm
through each other's eyes
And I can hear him
In every footstep's passing sigh
He goes crazy these nights
Watching heartbeats go by...
And they wisper -
the way
And he got hit by an emotional ricochet
It's a bit more now than dressing up dolly
Playing house seems so melancholy

Shot with his own gun
wall
He silently listened, tucked snug in his bed
To each bitter word they said

Now he and mom each have a room of their own
He sees dad
words I can say,
Me I telephone, to each his own
To each his own

I'm not a prude by any means,
But nudity upon the screens has reached a point